[uPlay] Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege Year 2 Pass - £12.14 (£10.79 with 100 Ubi Points) - UbiStore
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[uPlay] Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege Year 2 Pass - £12.14 (£10.79 with 100 Ubi Points) - UbiStore

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Found 20th Oct
Fantastic price for this. I paid £24.99 on Xbox One (iirc). Unarguably the best FPS this generation in my opinion. Use code PROMO10 to achieve £12.14. Use 100 Ubi Points for £10.79

*Year 1 Season Pass holders who purchase the Year 2 Pass will receive a bonus 600 R6 Credits*

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With Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege Year 2 Pass you get access to a one-year** VIP premium membership which includes:

YEAR 2 OPERATORS AND BONUS DLC
  • 8 new Year 2 operators across 4 seasons
  • 8 exclusive headgear customizations
  • 8 exclusive uniform customizations
  • R6 Carbon charm
  • 600 R6 Credits to purchase in-game content

VIP PERKS
  • 7-day early access to each season's new Operators.
  • 10% discount in in-game shop
  • 5% Renown boost to unlock in-game content faster
  • 2 extra daily challenges

**VIP Premium Membership service until February 7, 2018

15 Comments

Original Poster Editor

PROMO10 will also work with other items in the Super Seasons Pass items in the current promo.

Is this deal for PC?

Original Poster Editor

Royds30 s ago

Is this deal for PC?


Yeah.

Best price yet, but bear in mind that Year 2 has only one season left, which will bring 3 operators and 1 map (so far 5 operators and 2 maps have already been released in Year 2).

Just to recap the salient points of R6 Siege for newcomers:

All maps are playable for everyone with the base game.

All DLC operators are unlockable with 'Renown' which is won for playing the game. You generally get more Renown the better you play.

All the original 10 operators are really quick and cheap to unlock (unless you have the starter edition, where you get four operators instantly and each remaining original operator costs 12,500 renown).

DLC operators (Year 1 or Year 2) are 25,000 Renown each for everyone without the relevant Year Pass. Eight operators were released in Year 1. This year 2 pass will unlock all Year 2 operators ONLY

This Year 2 Pass is good value for those looking to get instant access to Year 2 Operators without spending Renown

(I'll add more if I think of anything important)
Edited by: "notos" 20th Oct

Amazing game still playing it 2 years later..

Awesome heat added, been waiting for this to go on sale

Just in time for the nerf of the new OPS !

I just save my renown for the operators. Heat though as good price. Loving Ela, although not sure she'll be so good after the nerf.

Whilst it looks to be a good game it is a closed shop for anyone wanting to get involved and have fun. Either you need to have been on-board since day one or you are so far behind that you will never get into it. The game relies entirely on map knowledge and knowing exactly where everyone is going to be pre-aiming. If you don't know this you will die before you know what has happened. The only way to get this knowledge is to play for hundreds of hours, so be prepared to die thousands of times and basically feel as though you are not even playing the game for the most part. There is no reactions involved in any of this. If you don't know where you will be pre-aimed, you will die every time.

The DLC has been handled pretty badly. It is DLC stacked on top of DLC. So you start at both a disadvantage both in terms of experience and content, which you need to either pay to unlock (not even sure you can anymore) or grind for hours to get on terms with others. They should have just included all previous seasons content with the new-years season pass.

I know people have nothing but good things to say about this game on here and that may be warranted for the game itself, but I feel that it's only fair to give a perspective of what it is like as a newer player going into this sort of game.

DrTrouserPlank6 h, 8 m ago

Whilst it looks to be a good game it is a closed shop for anyone wanting …Whilst it looks to be a good game it is a closed shop for anyone wanting to get involved and have fun. Either you need to have been on-board since day one or you are so far behind that you will never get into it. The game relies entirely on map knowledge and knowing exactly where everyone is going to be pre-aiming. If you don't know this you will die before you know what has happened. The only way to get this knowledge is to play for hundreds of hours, so be prepared to die thousands of times and basically feel as though you are not even playing the game for the most part. There is no reactions involved in any of this. If you don't know where you will be pre-aimed, you will die every time.The DLC has been handled pretty badly. It is DLC stacked on top of DLC. So you start at both a disadvantage both in terms of experience and content, which you need to either pay to unlock (not even sure you can anymore) or grind for hours to get on terms with others. They should have just included all previous seasons content with the new-years season pass.I know people have nothing but good things to say about this game on here and that may be warranted for the game itself, but I feel that it's only fair to give a perspective of what it is like as a newer player going into this sort of game.



That's not really true at all, the game does rely on map knowledge a lot. However the matchmaking will put you against similar ranks anyway. At low levels/ranks, nobody pre-aims. Not purposely anyway.
You'll only play against people that are actually good at the game if you play ranked and get to the higher ranks, and you won't get to the higher ranks if you're new anyway.

As for the DLC, well you can still unlock DLC operators with in game renown for free. The only cost to that is play time. 20 hours play time is roughly enough to unlock one DLC operator. Might seem a lot to some people, but the important thing to remember is that DLC operators don't give you an advantage. Every operator is completely viable to use.

PhattyHUKD21st Oct

That's not really true at all, the game does rely on map knowledge a lot. …That's not really true at all, the game does rely on map knowledge a lot. However the matchmaking will put you against similar ranks anyway. At low levels/ranks, nobody pre-aims. Not purposely anyway. You'll only play against people that are actually good at the game if you play ranked and get to the higher ranks, and you won't get to the higher ranks if you're new anyway. As for the DLC, well you can still unlock DLC operators with in game renown for free. The only cost to that is play time. 20 hours play time is roughly enough to unlock one DLC operator. Might seem a lot to some people, but the important thing to remember is that DLC operators don't give you an advantage. Every operator is completely viable to use.



You say that it matches you based on skill but as I remember it, the biggest problem and the first hurdle is that it forces you to play many hours of "casual" mode before allowing you to play ranked. "casual" mode being as it is in every other game consists of people with thousands of hours of play-time farming people who have no idea what they are doing which makes for one of the worst initial experiences I have ever had in a game.

This game may play well if you ever get into it, but it certainly does everything in it's power to make sure that you never do, and that if you do stick it out and eventually make it; that you have a miserable time in the process.

DrTrouserPlank5 h, 45 m ago

You say that it matches you based on skill but as I remember it, the …You say that it matches you based on skill but as I remember it, the biggest problem and the first hurdle is that it forces you to play many hours of "casual" mode before allowing you to play ranked. "casual" mode being as it is in every other game consists of people with thousands of hours of play-time farming people who have no idea what they are doing which makes for one of the worst initial experiences I have ever had in a game.This game may play well if you ever get into it, but it certainly does everything in it's power to make sure that you never do, and that if you do stick it out and eventually make it; that you have a miserable time in the process.



That was true a long time ago, but the casual play list got updated a while ago to have it's own MMR.

As for a miserable time, when you clearly you did but I don't think the game would have grown so exponatially if everybody had a similar experience to you.

PhattyHUKD21 h, 19 m ago

That was true a long time ago, but the casual play list got updated a …That was true a long time ago, but the casual play list got updated a while ago to have it's own MMR. As for a miserable time, when you clearly you did but I don't think the game would have grown so exponatially if everybody had a similar experience to you.


I just gave this a go again and it's completely terrible.

I'd advise anyone buying this to only do so if you are willing to spend a good 200-300 hours basically being a spectator, because that is what you will be doing for almost the entirety of your time with this game. I'm literally serious about that time commitment. You need to know the entire level inside out, every angle, how every wall reveals other parts of every other room. If you don't you will get shot without seeing anyone all the time and will feel like you aren't even playing the game at all. That is what you will spend 99% of your actual play-time doing; getting shot from nowhere. All the other time will be spent watching other people play. It's abysmal for anyone who wants to get into it.

I wasted money buying the game a while back, played it found it completely inaccessible (since I haven't played since day one) and dropped it, although I appreciated the promise in the concept of the game. I (stupidly) bought the season 2 pass last night and gave it another go. I consider both purchases a total waste of money since there is zero entertainment to be had from either.

The game desperately need some sort of training mode that matches people who are new to the game, because as it is now it's the single worst new-player experience in any game I've ever played.

When I go to the Halloween Sale part of their shop I can't find the year 2 pass. The only version it does show is full price.
Edited by: "ENGLISH_BL0KE" 29th Oct

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